EEOICPA MItchell Steel

NLO, DOL, AWE

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 Mitchell Steel, Cincinnati Ohio

 
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Mitchell Steel

Mitchell Steel is an AWE facility for 1954 so workers are eligible to file Part B claims.

In 1954, Mitchell Steel Company may have participated in the machining of a sample lot of four hollow extrusion uranium billets from ingots for National Lead of Ohio (Fernald). It is unclear whether Mitchell conducted the test or performed any addition work for NLO or the AEC.

In 1954, Mitchell Steel Company, of Cincinnati, Ohio, may have participated in the machining of a sample lot of four hollow extrusion uranium billets from ingots for National Lead of Ohio (Fernald). It is unclear whether Mitchell conducted the test or performed any addition work for NLO or the AEC.  This facility performed a machining test on limited quantities of uranium (4 billets), and there is no documentation to demonstrate further work was performed.

Mitchell Steel is an AWE site so workers are eligible to apply for Part B compensation.

 

DOL

DOL has no statistics listed for Mitchell Steel Part B claims.

NIOSH

NIOSH provides statistics on Mitchell Steel dose reconstructions.

 

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The Wall Street Journal Waste Lands series provides information on Mitchell Steel.

 

 

 
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